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'm not inequality is caused by people's emotions or feelingings about themselves or a deficit of hope, but that said, one of the students who i wrote about, one of the smartest people i'd ever met, and she simply could not imagine himself ever going to college, and it was not that he had a grand plan for life as an alternative that phac neighborhooded him or that he but his sister even offered toh, gym of give him a money to go, but based on his own life experiences and those of others around him, he just couldn't make a leap of faith. wrote in the book in the most democratic societies, it wields destructive power, one that evades the mind and destroys it. i think when we think about structural inequality, we think of the practical implications, but we also need to think about its psychological implications because though are less easy to see and ultimately harder and complicated to come back. so that will wrap it up and take questions. [applause] >> sarah, thanks. i know you've been covering education for many years. at what stage did this turn into a book for you? did you come out after katrina th
. that means we're using deficit and regaining increasing competitiveness. becae a lo member states underestimated in the first years of the common currency that the pressure on competitiveness in the common currency resulted possibility of devaluation. it's huge. and if you don't improve your competitiveness, you will get major problems. it has happened in -- you will not feel it in the first years, but it will happen. and it did. therefore, we always have to -- [inaudible] member states, oblige member states to stick to european rules in, of course, a balanced way to enhance their competitiveness by structure reforms, and then we can, we have built a european mechanism through different systems to buy time until they regain access to financial markets. this worked in ireland, in portugal. in fact, in the last year we increase, by the way. i think it will work in cyprus as well. and if you look at the -- [inaudible] we have halved the national deficits in the eurozone in the last three years. delivering our commitment, by the way. we have halfved the difference in the -- halved the
-inflicted wounds without adding one penny to the deficit. we've provided money, the money is there, we haven't spent it, we don't need to. we can use the savings from wrapping up two wars to avoid the full brunt of the sequester's arbitrary cuts. the congressional budget office said that would score; that money is available, it is money we could use. funding for the operation in ir a afgan has in alled overseas contin yeype account. since the worst of the seq cuts are creating an emergency situation, we should consider using thighs funds to offset their impact. these really are emergencies and we should do it. i am not proposing we use them to offset the entire sequester but congress has the power to avert the most painful sequester cuts using these mexico. 28 republicans in the senate and 174 republicans in the house would impose these sequester haphazard cuts. if those same republicans work with democrats, we could act to protect families and businesses and ensure our national defense and save millions of americans hours waiting at the airport. i suggest the absence of a quorum. the presi
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